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We received 155 extended abstract submissions. Of these, 52 have been accepted (1 has been withdrawn) for oral presentation (33% acceptance rate). Of the remaining 103 extended abstracts, 61 have been selected for poster presentation. The extended abstracts accepted for oral presentation are:
Crowdsourcing Landscape Perceptions to Validate Land Cover Classifications
Kevin Sparks, Alexander Klippel, Jan Oliver Wallgrun and David Mark.
Pattern-based approach to knowledge extraction from large geospatial datasets
Jaroslaw Jasiewicz, Pawel Netzel and Tomasz Stepinski.
Data Imputation in Short-Run Space-Time series – a Bayesian Approach
Chris Brunsdon and Martin Charlton.
On Use of Fuzzy Surfaces to Detect Possible Elevation Change
Peter Fisher and Jan Caha.
Dasymetric Refinement for Improved Temporal Small Area Analysis
Stefan Leyk, Barbara Buttenfield and Matt Ruther.
Point Process Models for Prospective Crime Analysis
Gabriel Rosser and Tao Cheng.
Ethnic structure in global naming networks
Kira Kowalska, Paul Longley and Mirco Musolesi.
Eye tracking with geographic coordinates: methodology to evaluate interactive cartographic products
Kristien Ooms, Sara Fabrikant, Arzu Coltekin and Philippe De Maeyer.
Validation of Results for Temporal Patterns Derived in STempo
Donna Peuquet and Sam Stehle.
Does London need a separate geodemographic classification?
Chris Gale, Paul Longley and Alex Singleton.
Spatio-temporal demographic classification of the Twitter users
Paul Longley, Muhammad Adnan and Guy Lansley.
Spatializing time in a history text corpus
André Bruggmann and Sara Irina Fabrikant.
Edge-based communities for identification of functional regions in a taxi flow network
Urska Demsar, Jon Reades, Ed Manley and Mike Batty.
A Framework for Spatiotemporal Sensitivity Analysis of Geographical Models
Piotr Jankowski and Arika Ligmann-Zielinska.
Inferring population structure from surname geography: the role of GIScience in interpreting genetic information
Jens Kandt, James Cheshire and Paul Longley.
Detecting Origin-Destination Mobility Flows From Geotagged Tweets in Greater Los Angeles Area
Song Gao, Jiue-An Yang, Bo Yan, Yingjie Hu, Krzysztof Janowicz and Grant McKenzie.
Assessing metrics of user quality in a simple land cover validation task
Carl Salk, Tobias Sturn, Steffen Fritz and Linda See.
Where’s near? Using web n-grams to explore spatial relations
Curdin Derungs and Ross Purves.
Modularity and spectral regional clustering by commuter flows
Christian Kaiser, Maryam Kordi and François Bavaud.
Understand Individual Daily Activity Space Based on Large Scale Mobile Phone Location Data
Yang Xu, Shih-Lung Shaw, Ziliang Zhao and Ling Yin.
SAM: A Provenance Model for Spatial Analytical Methods
Wenwen Li, Sergio Rey and Luc Anselin.
Comparing different crowdsourced data: an analysis of Flickr elements, qualities and activities with Geo-Wiki land cover
Alexis Comber and Ross Purves.
Shade Optimization in a Desert Environment
Qunshan Zhao, Elizabeth Wentz and Alan Murray.
Scale-Effects in Relating Movement to Geographic Context
Christian Gschwend and Patrick Laube.
Using mobile phone data to map human population distribution
Catherine Linard, Pierre Deville, Vincent D. Blondel and Andrew J. Tatem.
Embodied decision making with animations
Sara Maggi and Sara Irina Fabrikant.
Visualising Emerging Trends of Clusters in a Space-Time Region Using Spatio-Temporal Kernel Regression
Tomoki Nakaya, James Haworth and Tao Cheng.
Type-2 Fuzzy Sets Applied to Geodemographic Classification
Peter Fisher, Nicholas Tate and Aidan Slingsby.
Correlating morphosyntactic dialect variation with geographic distance: Local beats global
Péter Jeszenszky and Robert Weibel.
Comparing VGI contributions across political units using geovisual analytics
Sterling Quinn.
What is Field and Object Information?
Werner Kuhn.
Why landscape terms matter for mapping: A comparison of ethnogeographic categories and scientific classification
Flurina Wartmann and Ross Purves.
Mapping spatial uncertainty in object-fields: the case of site suitability analysis
Thomas Cova and Piotr Jankowski.
Modelling the Fuzzy Footprints of Villages from Postal Address Records
Firdos Almadani, Peter Fisher and Claire Jarvis.
Detecting errors in formally correct geodatabases
Sandro Savino and Massimo Rumor.
Towards a better understanding of dynamic interaction metrics for wildlife: a comparison of null models
Jennifer Miller.
A method for calculating regional differences in land cover / land use change and error
Alexis Comber, Peter Fisher, Heiko Balzter, Sarah Johnson, Booker Ogutu and Beth Cole.
Modeling Visit Probabilities within Network Time Prisms using Markov Techniques
Ying Song, Harvey Miller and Xuesong Zhou.
Temporal Analysis of Georeferenced Emotions Extracted From Photo Metadata
Dirk Burghardt, Andreas Körner and Eva Hauthal.
Sensitivity analysis of Support Vector Machine land use change modelling method
Mileva Samardzic-Petrovic, Branislav Bajat, Milos Kovacevic and Suzana Dragicevic.
Routing through a continuous field constrained by a network
Nicole Karrais, Andreas Keler and Sabine Timpf.
Serious Games for Disaster Risk Reduction Spatial Thinking
Brian Tomaszewski, Jörg Szarzynski and David Schwartz.
Coerced Geographic Information: The not-so-voluntary side of user-generated geo-content
Grant McKenzie and Krzysztof Janowicz.
Towards a framework for automatic geographic feature extraction from Twitter
Enrico Steiger, Johannes Lauer, Timothy Ellersiek and Alexander Zipf.
How Representative are Social Media Datasets of the True Population: A Case for London
Alistair Leak, Muhammad Adnan and Paul Longley.
Normalized Mass Moment of Inertia to quantify space-time patterns of urban growth
Wenwen Li, Elizabeth A. Wentz and Joanna Merson.
Characterizing relationships between data aggregation and spatial scale: Exploratory analysis of the Modifiable Areal Unit Problem
Jonathan Nelson.
A Time-Geographic Framework for Computing Spatio-Temporal Interaction Probabilities
Joni Downs, David Lamb, Garrett Hyzer, Rebecca Loraamm, Zachary Smith and Blaire O'Neal.
Investigating the Effects of Activity Space on the Measurement of Segregation using FEATHERS Simulation Data
Seong-Yun Hong, Yukio Sadahiro and Sung-Jin Cho.
MapReduce Principle for Spatial Data
Franz-Benjamin Mocnik.
An Algorithm for Random Trajectory Generation Between Two Endpoints, Honoring Time and Speed Constraints
Georgios Technitis and Robert Weibel.